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tonight, first ladies, influence and image. a look at jane pierce and harriet lane. followed by president obama, vice president biden, and former congresswoman gabrielle giffords. -- paying tribute to her congressional aide, gabe zimmerman. later, al sharpton's action network annual convention. >> probably the most tragic of all our first ladies. she hated the office. hated it with a passion. ,> they took to the white house they had eight rooms they had to furnish. >> but she spent much of her time writing letters. to her dead son. in her great grief she called him, my precious child, i must write to you even though you are never to see it or know it. a very poignant letter written by a grieving mother. >> they were on a train and there was a terrible accident. >> the train ride was very devastating for the family. an axelrod broke on the train and benny did not survive the crash. >> she concluded that this was god's judgment. that the loss of her son was god's punishment. >> the house was too much for her to take care of. i don't think she was interested in housekeeping part
and image. we learn about the final first ladies of the antebellum era. we meet jane pierce whose tenure in the white house was defined by overwhelming loss. by the time she and her husband arrive at executive mansion, they have lost all three of their young sons and she finds heifer self -- finds her self crippled by grief. we'll delve into jains pierce and to help us understand more about this first lady, meet our guest who is the author of a new biography of jane pierce pierce."ane appleton 1852. what are the issues that bring franklin pierce to the white house? >> the situation was dire at that time. everything was in turmoil. there were problems between the north and the south and the slavery issues and the democratic party to which he belonged was split. and there was a situation where they were having to find a nominee for the presidential election but they didn't want anybody from the south, obviously because of the slavery situation. franklin pierce appeared to them to be the best bet as a ominee at that time. and merely because of his putation as a marvelous rack etere but he h
considers her second mother jane fonda. she writes about her challenging childhood in oakland, california. it is an incredible story. get to that conversation, we are celebrating our 10th anniversary, we introduce you to some of the folks who make our program possible. turning out is our audio engineer. he has been with me from the very beginning of this program can years ago. been delighted to have you on this program. >> thank you. been and broadcasting of very long time. one thing i learned is that content is the most important thing. that is why i am proud to work on this show. that is what it is about. the intelligent compelling dialogue. thank you for letting me be a part of that. take it away. >> we are glad you have joined us. >> there is a saying that dr. king had that said there is always the right time to do the right thing. i try to live my life every day by doing the right thing. we know that we are only halfway to completely eliminating hunger and we have work to do. walmart committed $2 billion to fighting hunger in the u.s. as we work together, we can stamp hunger out. >>
family of dorchester. to denise and the young daughter, jane. as they fight to recover. and our hearts are broken for 8-year-old martin with his big smile and bright eyes. his last hours were as perfect as an 8-year-old boy could hope for. with his family, eating ice cream at a sporting event. and we're left with two enduring images of this little boy. forever smiling for his beloved bruins. and forever expressing a wish he made on a blue poster board. no more hurting people. peace. no more hurting people. peace. >> today i visited with the school where those words were written. no more hurting people. peace. the neighborhood house charter school is in the neighborhood where i grew up, dorchester. and it is the richard family school. i saw martin richard's desk in the third grade classroom that he'll never return to. i saw his little sister jane's desk in her first grade classroom that she will surely return to when she recovers from the loss of a leg. and i saw the school library that would have closed down, were it not for the personal efforts of martin and jane's mother, denise, who
was a great girl, and everybody loved her. >> i want to thank our guests for this program on jane pierce first and harriet lane. both of our guests have books available l where you can read more about these first ladies. one is "remembering the ladies," and "first ladies an intimate portrait of the women who shaped america." thank you to both of you for being with us, and thank you to all of you for being our audience this evening. ♪ 6 >> our series of first ladies continues next week. we will look at mary todd lincoln. we will travel to her childhood home of lexington, kentucky. watch next monday live at 9:00 p.m. eastern. and our website has more about the first ladies, including a special section, "welcome to the white house" produced by our partner, the white house historical association which chronicles life in the executive mansion during the tenure of each of the first ladies. with the association, we are offering a special edition of the book "first ladies of the united states of america" presenting a bog if i and pour -- biography and pour trait -- pportrait of each first lady. >> c
or jane fonda playing nancy reagan in a movie? someone did, my wife. >> kimberly: i'm kimberly guilfoyle along with our panel and it's 5:00 in new york city and this is the five. >> kimberly: yesterday we told you a radical professor at usc who trashed republicans. we get an update from the school and tell you about in a moment. but first, let's start with another university controversy, here on the east coast. harvard has hosted legends over the year. winston churchill spoke and president kennedy spot and mother theresa in '82. here we are in 2013 where they have invited a sexist, named higga. here are some more. >> [ bleep ]. >> you know who you [ bleep ]. >> should have have the money, take 20 [ bleep ] that's my life ♪ ♪ and clean [ bleep ]. >> you know to our resident rap expert. dana, you studied rap extensively bob. >> i'm a long time historian on rap music. i never listened to it once? >> this guy is clearly, all those nasty things you talk about. it's harvard. these people invited all kinds of whacko. >> greg: they invited you. >> bob: i protested. but i wouldn't agree with
is described as something as alive, born outside a women's body, it's still a fetus. >> jane fonda did enough to insult service members and sat on the enemy's gun but she is not disrespecting our nation's hero. jane is next. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ it doesn't matter where a good idea comes from, it only matters that it shows up and makes things better. in that spirit, verizon is proud to announce the powerful answers award. 10 million dollars in prizes for the best ideas. ideas so big, they have the power to change everything. whether it's our inspiration, or yours, the world's biggest challenges deserve even bigger solutions. the powerful answers award from verizon. i honestly loved smoking, and i honestly didn't think i would ever quit. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. it put me at ease that you could smoke on the first week. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depresd mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping cha
-- we're kind of stuck. nothing. no. what about jane? i don't think he has anything. (cell phone ringing) but he'd tell you if he did. yeah. yeah, he would. (cell phone continues ringing) okay. well, i'm sure we'll talk. homeland security beckons. okay. is it cold in here? yeah. a/c's on the fritz-- it's stuck on cold. they got someone coming in. so i'm not crazy, okay. right. percy, california. incorporated by j.d. percy as a trading post in 1870. trade dried up, but the percy family stayed. they tried to make it work. mm-hmm. it's basically been a tourist town for the past 30 years. but that hasn't been going too great. sorry. it was a "welcome back" gift. very thoughtful, wayne. well, how did you know it was from me? i'm a homicide detective. (telephone ringing in distance) now, hollis percy owned every building. people pay him rent, and he was the bank. that property belongs to his wife-- joanna-- for a few weeks, anyway. well, why only a few weeks? he ran out of money. the wild west show was a last-ditch chance to drum up some cash, but now the whole place is up for sale. they start
or jane fonda playing nancy reagan in a movie? good night from washington. ime . the most powerful in all of cable. >> bill: the o'reilly factor is on. >> what do you think about what happened to the 3,000 vietnam mees who died after the cam bodians left vietnam. >> actress jane fonda is back. this time playing nancy regan in an upcoming film. the vietnam vets are outraged. fonda is responding with new incults. did the thoughtless thespian go too far? we'll have the story. freedom of speech being muzzled on campus and in the press. why is the left wing trying to silence those with whom they disapee. karl rove will be here to respond. if i let him. ♪ and jay z. defends his recent trip to communist cuba with a new song, if you can call it that ♪ obama said kill you going to get me impeached, you don't need this [ bleep ] anyway, chill with me on the beach ♪ >> greg: did president obama really give them the nod? we will get to the bottom of the controversy if there is one. caution, you are are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> greg: i'm greg gutfeld in
now in los angeles is cenk uygur, in seattle michael medved and here in washington, jane hall, associate professor at american university school of communications. cenk uygur, has it gotten too vitriolic? >> let's be clear, it's usually fox news talking about muslims, which is ironic because it is the same bill o'reilly who kept calling dr. tiller, dr. tiller the baby killer until scott rhoder shot him. and driving people to violence, incredibly ironic. >> i understand why you as a liberal would want to blame fox news but when you have something we just played. on the verge of calling president obama a muslim because of the criticism of the president's remarks. neither of those guys have gone anywhere near that garbage. it's not entirely just on one side. >> well, i mean, it's a funny way of balancing things out, howard. i mean, on the one side you keep having a guy that says muslim, terrorist, trying to equate the two. on the other side, you have somebody saying, hey, maybe that's not that wise and maybe they're implying something here that they shouldn't be implying. i don't
later learned it was this little girl in the picture, 7-year-old jane richard. at the time, he didn't know who she was. her brother, 8-year-old martin, standing in front of his father there, died from his injuries. wh when matt reached jane, he saw most of her left leg was gone above the knee. he knew he had to act quickly to save her life. so, it's really the second blast when you realized -- >> second blast, yeah, that took all the doubts out of my mind. you know, i immediately started running towards the front, yelling for people to get back, get to the kitchen, get away from the windows, you know, not pushing people back, but at the same time, i was making it known that i was going forward and they were going the other way. i get out to the patio, and i don't know if it was just tunnel vision or fate or whatever it was, but i just looked and focused and i just saw this one child in the middle of the street just sitting there with this dazed, shocked look, even from where i was. i could just tell this child was hurt. >> you could see her face. >> i could, yeah, you could just tel
relationship hollywood superstar jane fonda has kept quiet for years until now. why the girl she raised says fonda saved her life. >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >> good evening. and thanks for joining us. joel olsteen may be america's best known preacher next to billy graham. senior pastor at the massive lakewood church in houston, the televangelist has over 7 million viewers every week in over 100 countries. so when it appeared he renounced the faith, it got an awful lot of people talking. turns out is 2 a hoax to get the mega pastor to change his message. tonight, abc's david wright on the man who says he was behind the plot. >> you got what it takes. this is your moment. the promise is in you. >> reporter: he's the born-again tony robbins. >> god wants you to be celebrated. >> reporter: preaching the prosperity gospel in best selling books and hopeful homilees. >> you're beautiful, you're strong. >> reporter: one of the best known evangelical pastors. so for joel osteen to quit? but more than that, to quit because he was rejecting his faith? that's new
's a baby, there! i said, "jane, it's going to be okay, honey. you're going to be all right." you're going captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" ptith scott pelley. nsored by cbs >> pelley: good evening. they are the most wanted men in america tonight. have a look. the f.b.i. today said the two men in this video are suspects in monday's boston bombings. but where are they, and who are they? so far, they are known only as suspect help in identifying them. in a moment, we will give you a web site where you can see these pictures again, and we'll give you the f.b.i. phone number to call if you recognize these men. first, we will go to homeland security correspondent bob orr. bob. >> reporter: scott, investigators are confident tonight the men in the surveillance videos are directly linked to the twin bombings. now they're trying to put names to the pictures. these video clips were captured by surveillance cameras before the twin explosions on boylston street. it shows two men, one in a dark baseball cap and wearing an unzipped dark jacket; the other walking just a short d
and jane, and i think that is going to be it for this item once you two are done. >> good morning. i would like to talk about the money, the money the department doesn't seem to have. money to launch unneeded uncalled for projects like a trail that no one needs on beacon street that goes up to the play ground. it should be clear from all of the people here the overwhelming opinion on this trail is rather negative. i should point out that as the play ground was built provides adequate entrances accessible to the public. clearly never designed with the potential cliff side entrance down to beacon street. there is no need to spend money on a study or planning or developing such an access. further there should be no need for public meetings, consensus gathering from a few hikers lost and wandering up the trail or anyone not related or vested interest in the neighborhood. the matter has taken way too much of our time and now it's taking your time. i want you to encourage to do the right thing and spend a little money and get rit of the trail and we're done. >> thank you. >> jane. >> my na
on this renaissance and jane on our behalf, please accept our congratulations and kudos for doing it so well that it is still a new brand today and we are just really honored to have partnered with all of you. please join me in congratulating them. [ applause ] >> and we have a little plaque to commemorate that as well. please come up. let me introduce james connors, the senior property manager for the ferry building. >> thank you. >> i would love to do a picture. >> yeah. absolutely. the ferry building success over the last teb ten years is the result of so many people's efforts. i want to thank the staff as the port who supported us through so many projects large and small. first to monique moir who answered every late night call from me. and her voice mail said jane, what can be do to help. she also sent the photos from her office. i have lots of historical photos from that event. i actually started doing the pr marketing for the building when it opened 10 years ago and elliot riley from real estate who patiently answered every question i asked. to byron, diane, phil, and mark and jonath
. >> does he have rabies? jane fonda insulting american soldiers again. wait until you hear her latest lapse in judgment. "fox & friends" begins right now. >>alisyn: good morning everybody. thanks for joining us. great to be with you guys. how are you? >> alisyn cam rat tafplt coming up in a little white on the show. the song that brings us the most pleasure in life, the ones that when you hear them, you instantly go into a state of euphoria. i know tucker will be straight faced and then suddenly goes wild for it. we have a study that shows you why this happens. we want you to send in your favorite songs. you can't get them out of your head all day long. >> who studies these obvious things? >>clayton: brilliant people. >>alisyn: send us your favorite songs and ear worms. meanwhile let's talk about what's going on in international relations. secretary of state john kerry is attempting to bring the chinese to our side in terms of north korea. as you know, north korea appears to be readying for a missile launch and some new intelligence came out this week that had everyone very alarmed as to ho
to introduce a very important woman, not only to this project but to this new district. supervisor jane kim. supervisor was appointed to the board of supervisors, she is currently a member of the finance and budget committees and shares the rules committee. she also sits on the san francisco county authority and the development authority board. i would like to express my appreciate for her unwaivering support through this project. it is my great pleasure to introduce the chair of the board of supervisors and district supervisor jane kim. [ applause ] good morning. and on behalf of the board of directors, we want to welcome you to what will be a landmark in san francisco. about two years ago mayor lee and i stood roughly in this area with maria to announce the ground breaking of the terminal site and at that time if you all remember it was a very different time. we were talking about a time when construction had pretty much slowed to a halt in the city and we were greeting workers who had not worked for years. two years later we are standing at a different time where we have 47 cranes in t
? joining us now is c n, k uygur, michael medved, and jane hail. cenk, has the tone on the airwaves about what happened in boston gotten too vitriolic? well, it has, but we know why, i mean, let's be honest about who makes it vitriolic? it's usually fox news, the same bill o'reilly calling dr. killer, the baby kille dr. till killer, until somebody shot him. >> i understand why you as a liberal would want to blame fox news, but when you have something we just played, msnbc's alex wagner saying that charles krauthammer and bill o'reilly are on the verge of calling president obama a muslim because of the criticism of the president's remarks. neither one of those guys have gone anywhere near that. >> well, i mean, it's a funny way of balancing things out, howard. i mean, on one side you have a guy who keeps saying muslim terrorist, trying to equate the two. on the one side, you have somebody saying, hey, maybe that's not wise. so i don't equate those two as equ equal. you know since 1995, 56% of the terrorist acts in the united states have been right wing terrorists? >> let me jump in. i want
york. >> coming up you're going to meet a firefighter who saved the life of 7-year-old jane richard, the sister of the 8-year-old boy martin richard who was killed in the marathon bombings. stay with us for that. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] nothing gets you going quite like the power of quaker oats. today is going to be epic. quaker up. >>> since boylston street reopened, that's the memorial that has sprouted up. so many people leaving flowers, momentos, signs and cards just remembering, pausing to remember those who lost their lives and those whose lives have been forever changed. the boston bombings took a heavy toll on one family. 8-year-old martin richard was killed in the blast. his mother and sister badly wounded. the richards might have lost their little girl jane if it hadn't been for a firefighter paramedic from the lynn fire department off duty having a drink with his girlfriend when the bomb blast went off. he rushed in, he saw the little girl and he saved her life right after the second blast. i asked him about those moments. it was really the second blast when you real
. >> thanks next speaker. >> i'm jane kennedy. i live on gwen wish street. i bring you a visually visual aid. i was a teacher in the san francisco school district. you'll not >> could you please speak directly into the microphone and and this is a large billboard saying how dangerous the overhead wires have become in the parts of the city and it concerns me with the task force who said we must attend to those so i'm taking this some time to make it a priority. we can make a starts on it. are you the acting mayor? >> thank you i am next speaker. >> honored board of supervisors. i'm karen. i'm upholding the new edition of poetry. in those the poetry of poverty. 10 thousand call it's streets he home. 1 in 5 adults go to bed hungry. nearly 16 thousand families face hunger. children and the poor filled the prisons in europe. in san francisco in the year 2013 children and the poor filled the streets because they can't find home. the elderly or dying because they can't find homes. the wealthiest could end poster a million times over. it's a garden the gap between rich and poor accelerates thank
'll look at her life and that of her predecessor, jane pierce, along with your questions and comments by phone, facebook, and twitter, "first ladies," machine night, live at 9:00 eastern on c-span and c-span3, also on c-span radio and c-span.org. >> this morning, reuters correspondent jeff mason and usan ferrechio discuss the senate, and the grown-up coming immigration bill. and then we look at the backlog of claims at the department of veterans affairs. and later, scott snyder from the counon
to be on a day like this, jane. >> oh my gosh, it's so gorgeous. it's shamu. welcome to america. will initial buyers end up under water? we run the numbers after the break. >> in the city of brotherly love, your money is going the distance when the power house heads to philly, coming up on power lunch. [ male announcer ] what?! investors could lose tens of thousands of dollars in hidden fees on their 401(k)s?! go to e-trade and roll over your old 401(k)s to a new e-trade retirement account. none of them charge annual fees and all of them offer low cost investments. e-trade. less for us. more for you. omnipotent of opportunity. you know how to mix business... with business. and you...rent from national. because only national lets you choose any car in the aisle. and go. you can even take a full-size or above. and still pay the mid-size price. i could get used to this. [ male announcer ] yes, you could business pro. yes, you could. go national. go like a pro. >> let's get an up to date read on how the spending cuts are affecting properties. the epicenter of what is also known as the sequester.
will go to bloomberg's jane king and the stock exchange to see which way the numbers going. >> it should be interesting. >> thanks for joining us, everyone. >> speaking of numbers, weather numbers. lisa? >> good morning to you. we have a few light showers in the east bay highway at highway 92 at 880, the san mateo bridge is wet and around hayward and union city you can see light showers we southward into the south bay with a few areas of light act around cupertino and the hills of los altos with higher elevations seeing more activity from the north bay with the radar not picking that up. a lot of this is low level miscellaneous and through san francisco and napa you could be running into a few light showers, mist and drizzle with numbers mild in the 50's and by the afternoon we will have sunny breaks and mid-to-upper 50's and around the bay, maybe in light showers and by noon clouds and low 60's by noon and inland poor visibility with fog and by noon, clouds are thinning out and low 60's to the upper 60's by the afternoon, so we are looking at improve president throughout the day and the
by mistake. secretary of state john kerry lands in the region. >>steve: jane fonda telling a group of vietnam veterans to get a life as they protest her playing nancy reagan in an upcoming movie. this morning how the veterans are firing back. they're not fond of jane fonda. >>brian: want to hijack a plane? there is a smart app for that. the pilot who says he can take over with a smart phone and he's got the video to use it. "fox & friends" starts now. >>steve: brian, you're saying because we use blackberries, the only way we can take over a plane is to hit the pilot in the head with it. when you're an auto pilot, are you in peril because there is this guy who figured out how to take over any airplane if it's in auto pilot. >>gretchen: something more to worry about when you're hurting a white knuckleer. >>steve: then you take over a plane. >>brian: i love the fact that we're going to make grilled cheese and talk about jay-z all in the same show with geraldo. mark airgo will be on the show. >>steve: in the 8:00 hour. a book about brand-new puppies. puppies one-day old. >>brian: we are the most
, the largest city to enter bankruptcy. jayne wells with the details. jane? >> hi, michelle, and the battle between wall street and pension giant score one for calpers for now. economy and home prices tanked while at the same time it had some of the most generous public employee benefits in california and that's saying something. credit stores were fighting the bankruptcy filing in court because they said it wasn't fair they were taking haircuts but calpers was not. stockton argued under california law, it isn't a creditor. it had to be paid. today, federal judge christopher klein said the bankruptcy could go ahead and that creditors were the ones so far acting in bad faith. >> there's no reason by the first anniversary of our filing that we don't have a plan of adjustment agreed to by our creditors. city of stockton makes deals, we negotiate, we've already negotiated ten deals, a handful more and we look forward to that opportunity. >> the judge did not rule out the possibility that calpers could see cuts to the pension obligations. that's not happening for the moment. chapter 9 was allowa
and the partner who gave tips to one of his buddies. just criminally charged today. that's the kpmg partner. jane wells live in los angeles for us with all the gory details. good evening, jane. >> reporter: larry, scott london just left court with his attorney harlon braun. he had no comment for us. we do have sketches inside the courtroom where he had made a brief appearance before the judge where he will be posting $150,000 bond. in the face of charges that could land him five years in prison on insider trading. his attorney harlon braun tells us when his client next meet in court may 17th will plead guilty. they should avoid a try. we have a photo of london accepting allegedly cash from his friend bryan shaw in exchange for inside information he gave in this particular case on deckers outdoors but this case involves several companies. at least five companies, and over the course of that it is alleged that shaw, the friend, profited illegally $1.27 million worth before the fbi confronted him, and he started working for the fbi to sting london. now, one of thenter things, larry, is that scott lo
to that in a few minutes. >>> and new information in the kpmg trading scandal. jane wells diving deeper into the criminal complaint. we'll take a look at what the risks are for kpmg. will the big four strangle hold on the account industry be broken up? "kudlow report" begins right now. first up this evening, the senate's bipartisan group of aid says it plans to reveal the long-awaited immigration reform bill next tuesday. this is a bill that in national review reporter betty woodrow dubbed grover versus the bitter enders. grover norquist believes the immigration reform will boost economic growth and slash our budget deficits. all right. now from washington, the aforementioned grover norquist and with me onset, my great friend, syndicated columnist an coulter, author of "mugged." this is great fun, two great funds, grover, who are the bitter enders and what is your case against them? >> well, i think the american people are looking to move towards immigration reform. we have senators like marco rubio, jeff flake, rand paul, all moving in that direction, but what really happened over the
they are rescued. the organization's founder greets the freed birds personally. as 18, jane saw a report on laying hens and could not forget it. she went to a battery form and offered to take hands that were not playing enough eggs. when her garden but too small, she found families to adopt the birds. in the cages, the hens have plucked out one another as the others, and for the first time in their lives, they can really scratch, pat, and take a dust that, yet for each freed, another takes its place in the cage. still, jane says there is one real benefit. >> i'm only actually saying the lives of less than 1% of laying hens in the u.k. the reason we do it is to educate consumers. it is like sending out a fantastical educational pack. they not only become family pets, but the neighbors hear about them, work colleagues, family, friends, and we find that when people have these chickens, they become much more aware and interested in what is in their food. >> 20-some people have registered via telephone, facebook, or twitter to take the hands being distributed today. each pays what they can to help fina
for screening. >>> a couple of farewells in the news tonight. jane henson has died. she was jim henson's wife and collaborator. as a puppeteer and designer of so many of the muppets, they were really the muppets parents, in addition to raising five of their own. the muppets were born in this building right next to jimmy fallon's studio, in fact. if you visit us at 30 rock, you will see the pipes in an old preserved steam closet that jim henson made into characters which later became the muppets. he died in 1990 at 53. jane henson was 78. >>> in the world of sports the loss this week of two former big name nfl coaches. chuck fairbanks of the patriots and former texas a & m star jack pardee who coached the bears, redskins and oilers. fairbanks was 79. jack pardee was 76. >>> a heart breaker in baseball last night. yu darvish of the rangers was throwing a perfect game until the last batter. 26 up, 26 down. two outs in the ninth. marlin gonzales of the astros, a .232 hitter placed a clean -- here it comes -- single up the middle and the perfect game was suddenly not. >>> film critic roger ebert f
're a genius. >> i got to say. >> incredible. >> also coming up, jane fonda and her adopted daughter, and so many people actually didn't know about it. this morning they will share a very emotional story together. it's a morning exclusive from us. you'll want to stick around for it. >> i hate to drop names. i hate to drop all the stars that come to "gma," but how about jason bateman and paula patton. they're here to tell us about their brand-new movie. just name dropping stars. why not? why not. >> oh, but first, i'm sorry, so busy looking at your edible flowers that are so gorgeous. to the backstreet boy a.j. mclean. he just underwent a hair transformation and posted before and after pictures on his instagram game and abc's paula faris has the story. ♪ everybody yeah ♪ rock your body ♪ yeah >> reporter: the backstreet boys definitely know how to cut a rug. ♪ all right ♪ back street all right all right ♪ >> reporter: but one of them is sporting a new one. >> what's up? >> reporter: backstreet boy a.j. mclean proudly posting these photos to his instagram page writing "i couldn't b
lynn stewart from prison. the woman some call hanoi jane taking serious heat for her upcoming portrayal of former first lady nancy reagan. and told some to get a life. and reports on the reported bugging, he says happened, to senator mitch mcconnell's campaign headquarters. well, this is looking more and more like a possible federal crime. the communications director for the dnc seems to be suggesting the whole thing is a big joke. we'll ask him why he thinks that when he joins us live for a debate. >> last month they were attacking my wife's ethnicity and then apparently also unknowns to us at the time they were bugging our headquarters, quite a nixonion move and this is what you get from the political left in america these days. [ male announcer ] it's red lobster's lobsterfest our largest selection of lobster entrees, like lobster lover's dream or new grilled lobster and lobster tacos. come in now and sea food differently. now, buy one lobsterfestntree and get one 1/2 off with a coupon at r redlobster.com. >> fox news alert. just about ten minutes ago we received reports of a lead,
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